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Virginia is Notable for More Than Traffic Jams

Janice F. Booth for What’s Up? Magazine, Sept. 2019 Autumn is fast approaching; schools are opening, and our gardening tasks are abating…at least for a few weeks. Now’s a perfect time to plan a few day trips to gardens that … Continue reading

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Old Favorites: Heirloom Flowers add To A Garden’s Charm

A riot of colors peeking through a white-washed picket fence, a creaky screen door, a gravel path, and random scents both pungent and sweet… Images, sounds, touch, and smells evoke gardens of our childhood, or pictures in crumbling albums of … Continue reading

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Some friends have expressed an interest in what I write about for Lancaster Farming. Here’s a recent example:

  August 3, 2019 Forum Highlights New Biotechnology Regulations Janice F. Booth Maryland Correspondent President Donald Trump signed an Executive Order Modernizing the Regulatory Framework for Agricultural Biotechnology Products on June 11. The affected agencies — USDA, Food and Drug … Continue reading

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A Crazy Quilt of Handy Hints for Gardeners

Crazy Quilt of Handy Hints for Gardeners by Janice F. Booth Jul. 12, 2019 Expand I can’t count the times I’ve heard or read little tips and suggestions that could make my garden tasks easier and more efficient. I can’t … Continue reading

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April’s Gardens Column: Veggies Get a Makeover

We’ve all seen them, admired them, but were relieved they weren’t the view from our We’ve all seen them, admired them, but were relieved they weren’t the view from our bedroom window. I’m talking about vegetable gardens. Tidy rows of … Continue reading

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